Guaidó’s financial assistance from the Foreign Office undermines the government’s persistent claims that the case was not political and just a matter for the Bank of England and the courts, writes John McEvoy.
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US Moral Authority on Elections Is Like Saudi Arabia’s
The imperial media are lining up behind the official line on Venezuela’s elections, writes Caitlin Johnstone.
Biden Persists with Failed Venezuela Policy
Ramzy Baroud says it behooves Washington to engage Caracas in civil political conversations, away from threats and sanctions, for two main reasons.
What Happened to the Global Uprisings of a Decade Ago?
Ten years have slipped by since a man named Mohamed Bouazizi set himself on fire in the Tunisian town of Sidi Bouzid, begins Vijay Prashad.
PATRICK LAWRENCE: Talk of Another Pink Tide
Expect an orgy of U.S. subterfuge. If there’s one thing Washington cannot abide more than a working social democracy, it’s a working social democracy in Latin America.
What is Next for Washington After Its Failed Venezuela Strategy?
It’s come out in the open now in Washington that the Trump administration’s Venezuela policy is an embarrassing failure but will the next administration wise up, or double down?, asks Steve Ellner.
The Impossible Dream
The former national security adviser reveals a national goal that is simple and blunt: American dominance of the world, writes Michael Brenner.
Bolton Weaves a Tall Tale in His Venezuela Chapter
Four major sanctions over 10 months that crippled the Venezuelan economy are hardly indicative of an administration that, in Bolton’s words “vacillated and wobbled,” writes Leonardo Flores.
Biden And His Ventriloquists Keep Out-Hawking Trump
In a series of truly chilling and ominous tweets, Joe Biden shows us he would dispense with Trump’s even minimal non-interventionism and return the U.S. to full-bore aggression, warns Caitlin Johnstone.
DirecTV’s Exit and the Complexities of Venezuelan Politics
Steve Ellner calls on the U.S. corporate media to apply more skepticism in their coverage of the Venezuelan opposition.